Saurfang has been through a lot.
Since we've gone entire days without new Warcraft movie news, it's obvious we're overdue. Today we have eight new — or new-ish, since we saw similar images of Durotan and Lothar at SDCC last year — movie posters highlighting the cast.
Some of us define ourselves by our successes.
Update: Even if your local Toys R Us doesn't have movie merch in stock yet, you can now buy it online.
I'm one of those people who reads quest text.
This weekend, attendees of the San Diego Comic Con are going to get a good look at the trailer for the Warcraft movie.
In a little over a year, we're going to see a third iteration of Orgrim Doomhammer in the Warcraft movie. Maybe not exactly the orc we know from history, but another representation. Which leads most people to ask a natural question: Is Orgrim Doomhammer a good guy, or a bad guy? The most truthful answer I can give you is "Yes."
You know, we spend a lot of time talking about the various Warlords of Draenor as they're presented in the latest expansion's version of history. Lords of War was supposedly Maraad's tales of these old warlords, but the stories were pretty specific. And in some cases -- like Kilrogg's vision of his death -- they seemed like a direct reference to the alternate version of Draenor's warlords, rather than our own.
Let's talk about healing our way through Blackrock Foundry and toppling Blackhand from his fiery crucible. We're looking at all 10 bosses today, so I'm going to keep things brief.
Welcome to another installment of Arcane Sanctum! This week, we’ll be finishing up our look at Blackrock Foundry with the final four bosses. These include all three encounters in the Iron Assembly and Blackhand himself in Blackhand’s Crucible.